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School menus: Aug 16-20

Elementary breakfasts

All elementary breakfasts include a choice of one main fare item, one fruit or 100 percent fruit juice and one milk choice plus an option for cereal with graham crackers.

Monday: Waffles or yogurt with graham crackers.

Tuesday: Breakfast bagel or muffin loaf with cheese.

Wednesday: Egg, cheese and ham whole grain sandwich or peanut butter wafer bar.

Thursday: Chicken biscuit or yogurt with graham crackers.

Friday: Cinnamon pancakes or muffin loaf with cheese.

Elementary lunches

All elementary lunches have a choice of milk and two side dishes. Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are available daily. Daily side dish options include fresh fruit, vegetables and juice.

Monday: Chicken nuggets with a whole grain roll or berry yogurt parfait with choice of barbecue rice and beans, veggie sticks or fresh seasonal fruit.

Tuesday: Philly cheese steak sub or pizza sticks with marinara and choice of steamed broccoli, garden salad and apricot fruit cup.

Wednesday: Turkey hot dog or tuna or hummus lunch pack and choice of baked beans, garden salad, fresh orange wedges or low-fat pudding.

Thursday: Whole grain pasta with meat sauce and a bread stick or cafe sandwich and choice of seasoned green beans, garden salad or mixed fruit cup.

Friday: Whole grain pizza or peanut butter or yogurt dipper box and choice of seasoned corn, baby carrots or chilled fruit.

Middle and high school breakfasts

All secondary breakfasts include a choice of one main fare item, one fresh fruit or 100 percent fruit juice and one milk choice plus an option for cereal with breakfast bread.

Monday: French toast, cinnamon toast, yogurt parfait, ultimate breakfast round or whole grain muffins.

Tuesday: Breakfast sandwich, yogurt parfait or whole grain muffins with or without hash browns.

Wednesday: Breakfast combo, breakfast burrito, yogurt parfait, ultimate breakfast round or whole grain muffins.

Thursday: Griddlecake sandwich, waffles, yogurt parfait, ultimate breakfast round or whole grain muffins.

Friday: Breakfast pizza, whole wheat cinnamon bun or Zac Omega bar.

Middle and high school lunches

All secondary lunches include an entree, a milk choice and a choice of any two hot vegetables and/or side options. Assorted fruit varies by school.

Monday: $2.50 menu: Chicken sandwich, Mexican pizza or chef salad. $3 menu: Chicken tenders with potato roasters or veggie chicken tenders with potato roasters.

Tuesday: $2.50 menu: Pasta with meatballs and bread stick, pasta with marinara or chicken Caesar salad. $3 menu: Yogurt parfait, cheese or pepperoni pizza round or tuna wrap.

Wednesday: $2.50 menu: Hamburger, cheeseburger or vegetarian black bean garden burger. $3 menu: Cheese pizza slice, pepperoni pizza slice or crispy chicken salad.

Thursday: $2.50 menu: Pizza sticks with marinara, chicken Caesar salad or vegetarian salad. $3 menu: Turkey and gravy with mashed potatoes and a wheat roll or hot Italian piccolo sub.

Friday: $2.50 menu: Chicken sandwich or vegetarian rice bowl. $3 menu: Nachos or yogurt plate.

School menus: Aug 16-20 08/14/10 [Last modified: Saturday, August 14, 2010 11:30am]
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